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On the other hand, Richter's hernia results in strangulation of only a part of the bowel wall circumference in a hernia sac.
Studies show that among trocar site hernias, Richter's hernias are the most frequent accounting for two-thirds of all small intestinal hernias.
Richter's hernia is a type of abdominal hernia where circumference of bowel is entrapped (mostly distal Ilium) in the hernial sac.
[sup][8] Differential diagnosis of Amyand's hernia includes Strangulated hernia, Richter's hernia, testicular torsion, testicular tumor with hemorrhage, inguinal adenitis, epidydimitis and orchitis.
Sonographic findings in Richter's hernia. Abdom Imaging 1992; 17: 229-230.